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MathAMATYC Educator

A refereed publication of the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges

Editor: Johanna Debrecht, Northern Virginia CC

Assistant Editor: George Alexander, Madison Area Technical College

Production Manager: George Alexander (interim)

Fall 2019 Issue

Volume 11, Number 1

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This Issue’s Features

 

Finding a Reflection’s Normal Line

Michael W. Ecker, Pennsylvania State University, Wilkes–Barre Campus, retired

 

Where is Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching in the Community College?

Keith Nabb, University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Jaclyn Murawska, Skokie/Morton Grove School District 69

 

Benefits of Including Material from a Soviet Problem Handbook in Calculus Classes

Philippe Savoye, Mansfield University

Viktoria Belianskaya, Apolonia Rodríguez Gonzales, and José Pemintel Oropeza, Universidad Mayor, Real y Pontificia de San Francisco Xavier de Chuquisaca, Bolivia

 

Making Binomial Probabilities Exciting

Sid Kolpas, Delaware County Community College

 

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Variation Explains Function

Don Vander Klok, Lambton College

 

Sampling Distributions for Small Samples: A Cool Tool for Teaching Statistics

Paul A. Kinion, Rochester Community and Technical College

Dustin J. Haxton, Rochester Community and Technical College, Michigan Technological University

 

On Solutions of a Variation of a Hallway-Ladder Problem

Michael McClendon and Eric Genheimer, University of Central Oklahoma

 

Absolutely Radical!

Albert Natian, Los Angeles Valley College

 

The Problem Section

 

Take the Challenge

Sean Simpson, Westchester Community College, NY

 

In the Spotlight

 

Featuring Laura Watkins

Megan Breit-Goodwin, Anoka-Ramsey Community College

 

Mathematical Musings

 

A Murder Mystery Calculus Project—The Death of Dr. Derivative

Sid Kolpas, Delaware County Community College

Fernando Vega-Cid, Western High School

 

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